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7 Chic Christmas Hairstyles Ideal For Party Season

With Christmas soon upon us (and 2020 disappearing in a flash) we figured now would be a good time to talk about cute Christmas hairstyles (as you’ll undoubtedly be thinking about finishing the year in style). 

We’ve opted for a few of the most cute and glamorous Christmas hairstyles, but don’t let that fool you: all of them are incredibly easy to achieve and maintain. All of these styles are heatless, so don’t worry about damaging your hair, and protective, so you can look your best while letting your hair relax. 

1. Natural Ponytail

Black woman looking to the side with Christmas hairstyle - a long afro ponytail

Image credit: @naturalhair_hope

Let your curls be free with this easy, protective look. With a natural ponytail, you get to show off your hair, keep it out of your face and look fabulous all at the same time. 

Editor's tipJust as you wash and moisturise your face each day, you need to regularly cleanse your scalp. Avoid using a sulphate-based shampoo (most shelf obtained shampoos will strip your hair of its natural oils) and opt for a sulphate-free shampoo like Swish instead. These shampoos will not only cleanse your scalp but also help it to retain moisture and healthy oils. 

2. Bantu Knots

The back view of a black woman Bantu knots

Image credit: @4chairchicks

Another protective hairstyle, bantu knots have been worn by African women for centuries. Bantu knots, while they have “knots” in their name, are essentially small buns that are achieved when strands of hair are twisted together to make knots. 

Also, this particular hairstyle is heatless and very versatile in that you can style the knots as you wish — large or small, braided or with locs

Editor's tip: Moisturise, moisturise, moisturiseAfro hair tends to break very easily, and the easiest way to avoid that is to moisturise. Protect your hair by moisturising it as soon as you wash it. Consider using a liquid-based moisturiser (much healthier and restorative) and lock that moisture in using an oil (as water evaporates quickly). Lastly, layer on a cream to finish the job.

3. Frohawk

collage of a black woman with different stages of the fawkhawk

Image credit: @jori.chioma

Just as the name implies, this particular Christmas hairstyle is a mixture of an afro and a mohawk and requires minimal styling. 

This definitive party look is cool, sleek and guaranteed to turn heads this Christmas. 

4. Braided Bun

Black woman with box braids in a high bun wearing a red top

Image credit: @nikkifagbemi

The braided bun, like the frohawk, marries two cool styles together to make one perfect combination. This hairstyle is also incredibly versatile, with variations such as fishtail braids, braided updos, space buns and many, many more! 

So if you’re looking for a style that never stops giving (and is perfect for every occasion), the braided bun might just be what you’re looking for. 

5. Twisted Updo

A collage of a black woman with a twisted updo and headscarf

Image credit: @curldaze

Looking for a fun and cute Christmas hairstyle? Look no further than the twisted up-do. Updos are eye-catching, protective and very comfortable. You’ll keep your hair out of your face and there are plenty of up-do variations to play with! 

6. Halo Braid

Black woman with a  Fulani-inspired halo braid

Image credit: @reneebigtime

Turn into an angel this Christmas with a halo braid. A halo braid is a type of hairstyle that involves weaving two long dutch braids around your head and pinning them in place. This hairstyle is much easier with thick hair and will look great for any occasion.

7. Side Puff

black woman touching her face with a large afro side puff

Image credit: @beautybybeemarie

Want an elegant, cute and professional Christmas hairstyle? Side puff it. Ideal for festive occasions, office parties and even formal meetings over Zoom — you can’t go wrong with a side puff. Check out the image below for a bit of inspiration. 

Editor's tip: Develop an afro hair care routine that has your hair’s health at the centre of it. If you want to find out more about afro hair care, why not check out our ultimate guide?

  

Putting together a great hairstyle for Christmas doesn’t have to be difficult and with the ones we’ve mentioned above, you should be in a good position to do so. Just make sure to develop a good hair care routine in the weeks leading up to Christmas so that your hair is looking its best on the day.

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How to Choose the Best Afro Hair Products For You 

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